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Poppy Shirt Auction Now Closed

21 November 2014

Final winng bids to raise funds for the Royal British Legion are shown below.

Burnley’s match against Hull City marked the clubs day of remembrance, commemorating those who gave their lives in conflicts around the world.

As part of the day's events, the Burnley players wore shirts proudly carrying the Royal British Legion Poppy logo.
These match worn shirts have been up for auction for the past two weeks.

The auction is now closed 

Highest winning bids are shown below.

1.   Tom Heaton - £300
2.   Kieran Trippier - £410 
3.   Danny Lafferty - £150
4.   Michael Duff - £385 
5.   Jason Shackell - £345 
6.   Ben Mee - £195 
7.   Ross Wallace - £200
8.   Dean Marney - £260 
10.  Danny Ings - £425 
11.  Michael Kightly - £220 
14.  David Jones - £255 
17.  Marvin Sordell - £140
18.  Steven Reid - £155 
19.  Lukas Jutkiewicz - £205
20.  Nathaniel Chalobah - £150
21.  George Boyd - £210 
23.  Stephen Ward - £195 
25.  Michael Keane - £145 
28.  Kevin Long - £120
37.  Scott Arfield - £250

The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity. They provide practical, emotional and financial support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families.

They also organise the Poppy Appeal, run one of the UK's largest membership organisations and are recognised as the nation's custodian of Remembrance. For more details on what the Royal British Legion do, and where the money you raise in this auction will go to, please take a look at their website 

A massive thank you to everyone who made a bid and congratulations to the winners. A member of BFC staff will be in touch on Monday to organise payment and collection/postage of your shirts

All winners will be contacted by a member of Burnley FC for arranging payment and collection on confirmation of their winning bid. All shirts are signed by the individual player on the number on the back and have a certificate of authenticity.

ALL monies received from the auction will go to the Royal British Legion.  

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